I am a senior undergraduate student studying Psychology and Sociology at Loyola University. In the future, I would like to pursue a doctorate degree to treat different mental illnesses as it is my sincere desire to help people and children reverse the symptoms of mental disorders. Currently I work with young children with Autism as a Behavioral Technician, helping with school subject and teaching life and social skills using Applied Behavioral Analysis therapy techniques. This way I combine my studies of Psychology along with my love for working with kids learning middle and high school subjects. I especially like to help with writing for almost any subject or level being very familiar with college essays and psychology and sociology research papers.
I am also native in Russian language, reading, and writing. In my Russian community I work as an instructor in its summer camp for children ages 8 to 16. At the camp I am working on creating teaching materials for Russian language, Russian History and culture, survival skills, and religion; so these too have become some of my absolute favorite subjects to teach!
I think that education is extremely important for the opportunities it allows, using it as a tool to give back to the world, and learning to understand and appreciate one's own culture and how it relates to others. I really believe that the subjects I have chosen to study reflect and strengthen my own path in achieving these values.
Education & Certification
Undergraduate Degree: Loyola University-Chicago - Bachelor of Science, Psychology
Swimming and drawing!
Basic Computer Literacy
College Application Essays
High School English
High School Level American Literature
High School Writing
Middle School Writing
Technology and Computer Science